Dewey and Wittgenstein

| April 2, 2012

Ludwig Wittgenstein wrote a book called On Certainty.

“As we have seen, Wittgenstein sought to uncover a type of certainty that is in fundamental relation with human action. This is a kind of certainty presupposed by specific inquires and language-games. It is grounded in our actual lives, and thus Wittgenstein offered a humanistic view of epistemological issues.”